The items were essentially taken from the closets of Eagles players, but that was just part of the allure.
"I'm surprised they didn't bring socks," joked Korinne Dennis, Eagles Eye Mobile assistant.
The wives and families of Eagles players, along with volunteers, were on hand to help with the sale, which also included more typical fan favorites such as autographed jerseys and practice gear, which sold quickly. But more ordinary items - signed photos, T-shirts, and baseball caps - also caught the attention of browsers.
"I just thought it was going to be one table of stuff here," said Eagles fan George Lonabaugh, 52, of Philadelphia. "It's kind of nice to see this, though."
Proceeds from the evening's ticket sales and from the memorabilia sale benefit the Eagles Youth Partnership programs, including the Eagles Eye Mobile and Book Mobile.
Missing at Lincoln Financial Field for the Eagles' scrimmage was the sale of alcohol. Some fans were startled when they visited concession stands and saw a sign announcing the prohibition for the evening.
"I guess they don't really care how much money they raise for their youth foundation," said a disgruntled Victor Lopez, 25. "If they did, they'd sell the . . . beers."
For others, it was hardly an imposition.
"Doesn't bother me," said John McLachian, 44, of Gilbertsville. "I didn't even notice."
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